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because that's what you call an ex lawmaker. >> stand by, guys. we have more to talk about. sarah palin pushing new rumors about so-called death panels and health care claims. >>> real people talking about the reality of the recession. our ali velshi is taking the pulse of america in the heartland. ththththththththththth >>> sarah palin detailing her claims about so-called death pams in a health care overall. we are back with jessica yellin who is going to give us some background. >>> somebody somebody stepped down as governor but that has not stopped her from jumping first into the health care debate. last night, she was at it again posting on facebook what looked like a term paper complete with 11 foot notes. she is quoting statements about rationed care by left-winging columnists and democrats. she was defending a claim she made last week that if health care reform passes, her parents or baby would be required to, quote, stand in front of obama's death panel so his bureaucrats can decide whether they are worthy of health care. fact check? not true. there is no panel that would decide
tomorrow? sarah palin urges restraint by people like sarah palin. my parents or my baby with down syndrome will have to stand in front of obama's death panel. that was friday. this is today. we must stick to a discussion of the issues and not get sidetracked by tactics that can be used to leading to intimidation or harassment. yeah, that sled dog train has already pulled out of the station, missy. >>> and though on the crazy death panel claim, palin is bailing, glenn beck says, i think it's true. and newt gingrich goes right after the end of the peer with him. >> you're asking us to trust turning power over to the government when there clearly are people in america who believe in establishing euthanasia, incluing selective standards. >> lawrence o'donnell on a paranoia too far. and the decreasing benefits of pursuing bipartisanship with people who are going to try to kill what you want to share with them. >>> drop in the bucket, the attorney general's torture prosecution as limited as it can get. not the torturers, not their bosses, not the politicians, not their enablers, just anybody who
company millions. millions taken out pockets of the people of your state and the people of your age. palin the pathetic refutates her brief visit to reality. she says there were two death panels and that they were orwellian like she knows what that means. april 2008 governor sarah palin proclaimed health care decisions day in alaska to raise public awareness of the need to plan ahead for health care decisions, and another genius chimes in. >> i think it is proper because it is within the context of what people are seeing in front of the legislation that's floating around out there. >> the lessons of the republican hit job using stupid people to scare other stupid people. with eugene robinson, the lessons of pointless bipartisanship, senator grassley using inclusion to force exclusion with howard dean, bush v. cheney. the statute of limitations expired on what the ex-v.p. wants to dish like when the president made decisions that i didn't agree with, i still supported him and didn't go out and undercut him. he thinks bush went soft and is going to tell all in his book. so reports bar don gel
things up? >> but maybe sarah palin needs to check her facts when it comes to government-run veterans health care. the death books palin is promoting on facebook are va pamphleting about living wills designed to help veterans. >>> plus, the miss australia condom, why jessica biel is dangerous, and the other things we thought you should know. plus what george w. bush is doing to keep busy. >>> i'm tamron hall live in new york. >> i'm david shuster live in washington. after watching the obama administration's message get buried in the health care debate the last couple weeks, there was some good news today for supporters who wondered if the obama message machine still works. in our big picture this hour, the president interrupted his vacation this morning to take the focus away from some new startling reports about the federal deficit. he put the spotlight on what's been working in the economy. the actions of fed chair ben bernanke. the president and bernanke appeared at a school this morning. he said he was reappointed bernanke when the fed chair's term is skecheduled to end at t end o
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of sarah palin. why she may be one of the most powerful voices in the health care reform debate. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- laura: hi, i'm laura ingraham, in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. when democrats attack, that's the subject of tonight's talking points memo. in honor of the 40th anniversary of woodstock and the town hall protesters i'm humming that old buffalo bill springfield song. remember that line? ♪ there's something happening here what it is is exactly clear. the people have had it. all that the party in power can do is to dismiss and denone nice. what happened to the democrats being the party of the little guy? white house press secretary robert gibbs keeps saying that the town halls are not representative. it is just all a lot of chatter and team obama says that the people are just misinformed. the left has spent a lot of time, effort, and money trying to discredit the town hallers as the y
thinks about his former running mate. what senator mccain says about sarah palin, next. plus, trouble. is israel about to attack iran. ambassador john bolton goes on the record, coming up. this is my verizon small business specialist, tom. now, i know the catering business but when i walked in here i wasn't sure what i needed. i'm not sure what i need. tom showed me how to use mifi to get my whole team working online, on location. i was like, "woah". woah ! only verizon wireless has small business specialists in every store to help you do business better. you're like my secret ingredient. come in today and connect up to five devices on one 3g connection. now only $99.99 greta: senator john mccain is making headlines, saying exactly what he thinks about sarah palin and whether she helped or hurt during the 2008 campaign. senator mccain just sat down with steve moore, a senior economics writer for the editorial page of "the wall street journal." starting with governor palin, what about it? >> first of all, he loves her. he thinks she was a total asset to the ticket, and taking on the pe
governor sarah palin referred to a provision in the house bill as a death panel, your colleague alaskan republican lisa murowski said this. >> it does us no good to incite fear in people. by saying that, you know, there's an end of life provisions, these death panels, quite honestly, i'm so offended at that terminology. because it absolutely isn't. >> senator hatch, who's right? governor palin or senator murkowski? >> jake, i don't think i'm going to make that decision. there are many people who have many different opinions. on what is meant by these pams. what i do know, is that the democrats want a government plan. where the government will take over health care. they want to cut medicare in order to pay for that plan. even though medicare is 39 trillion there are unfunded liability. they want to do a number of things that, i find objectionable such as employee mandate. who hurts people on the lower spectrum. who really low-income wage earners. they want to move, according to a lumen group, 119 million people up into medicare. if that happened, it would destroy the health insurance pr
alive and well thanks to the original death eater, sarah palin. she boasts she got the death panels removed. but payback is the proverbial "b" word, beck humiliated at congressman rick larsen's town hall in washington state. >> i've got beck at my side and you've got glenn beck on your side. i just am not -- it's not going to play out that way. >> as a dozen advertisers cancel on beck comedy central catches him in a bit of a contradiction. >> you're about to lose the best health care system in the world. getting well in this country could actually almost kill you. >> worse, the minneapolis newspaper praises michelle bachman's son for going in to teach for america. says he's a smart, caring kid who must have been well raised. so she declares the paper has done a hit job on him. >>> and karl rove on "family guy." >> what the deuce. >>> and joe the plumber, the stand-up comedian. how will we know when his act is over? all that and more now on "countdown." ♪ >> good evening from new york. after weeks of fear mongering, shouting lies, death threats, and more in our fifth story today, t
, it just has to be moderate health insurance reform. >> we had a big discussion when sarah palin got out of the governorship of alaska. as far as grabbing the conversation between her facebook and twitter she's done a pretty good job injecting herself into the dialogue in this country. >> she has. as i said before, apparently she's the gop brain trust. she's the one coming up with the ideas. she's the intellectual heavyweight. now when the nop is looking for answers they turn to her. how about that. now we see the likes of chuck grassley jumping on board saying, yeah, in fact, you should be afraid. this is incredible. so for the president, i think what he needs to do is when he comes back after these latest hearings, he needs to say, you know what, this is the plan. we're going to do x, we're going to do y, we're going to do z. come up with specifics and see if you can hammer those across. that's what he's trying to do. >> we'll close out the week with a comment from stephanie miller on sarah palin. actually, she seems to be -- >> let me say one thing. >> go ahead. >> let me say one thin
because they've gone so far, and especially with palin's talk about these death panels. it's so demonstrably false. i hear what chris was saying about how you can never underestimate the power of a myth like that. but i really think that it has gone so far, that there's going to be push-back and that people will realize how crazy those claims are. i think in the town hall today that obama had, you know, it was too much -- my criticism of that was it was too much like a bush event. it was so orchestrated. it was so friendly. he does very well with push-back and critics. he should have allowed a less hand-picked crowd to be there and not have that great disconnect between all these screaming critics and the very sort of applauding, smiling crowd. >> yeah, let's not replace the gunman with the peanut gallery. your thoughts, chris cillizza? >> i was going to whole-heartedly -- i think melinda was exactly right. i was struck -- the thing that struck me, you see these angry crowds yelling at arlen specter, you work for us, claire mccaskill having to tell people to be quiet. and then y
'donnell. the continuing town hall undercurrent. the racism, with professor melissa lacewell. the palin pullback. she may have done it because her negligence as governor resulted in a real-life de facto death panel in alaska. >>> investors business daily, editorials on the nightmares. we got a version of britain's national health. people such as scientists, stephen hawking, wouldn't have a chance in the u.k., where the national health service would say the life of this brilliant man, because of his physical handicaps, is essentially worthless. you do realize that dr. hawking is from the u.k. and the national health has helped to keep him flourishing these last 45 years. and worst. dick morris on how to influence democratic congressmen. >> if they are not terrorized during august by the public outpouring, and they don't have thousands and thousands of handwritten letters on their doorstep, waiting for them, when they return from the august recess, they'll fold. >> he actually said it. he actually said democrats should be terrorized. and he didn't get fired by fox. all that and more, now, on "countdown." >
bush and he could not break loose out of that. he was trapped. i will not get into sarah palin. you can ask questions about that. [laughter] that is another story that kept coming. maybe we can wrap up and take questions. do you want to say a couple more things? >> let's just go to questions. >> there are so many people here. >> you are all standing but one more thing, we tried to draw the end of this book what the lessons we thought the election told us. not just as reporters are journalist or writers but americans. there were obviously many and they will be lasting but the obvious thing is a race. what the selection said. why the election was more than an endurance test it was a test of american people and their institutions, a first less than most obviously was raised. in 1619 when a battered dutch privateer came up did james river to deposit the first african-american slaves on the continent race relations have affected the character of the united states more than any other factor. black slaves laid the cornerstones for the white house and capitol it was a market the stood on the si
in 2012 instead of sarah palin. first, tonight's worst persons in the world. the bronze to governor jindal of louisiana. remember when the president outlined the stimulus in february and the governor made his coming out debutante speech? >> while some of the projects in the bill makes sense the legislation is largely wasteful spending and includes $300 million to buy new cars for the government, $8 billion for high speed rail projects such as a magnetic levitation line from las vegas to disney land and $150 million for something called volcano monitoring. >> you will recall that within weeks in alaska nobody was killed because of something called volcano monitoring. now it's that wasteful spending $8 billion for high speed rail projects, governor jindal suddenly wants that money. louisiana has applied for $300 million of the $8 billion for a high-speed rail project from baton rouge to new orleans. the hypocrite. the runners-up, pinheads on cluster fox and friends after this fox brain washed woman asked congressman barney frank why do you continue to support a nazi policy? he asked her on w
, as the president beer summit grabs headlines, was this staged for the press? sarah palin quits as governor, will the media quit using her as a punching bag? tn krch t tncmz breaks the news on jackson, why are they so far ahead of the others. which network gets the gay award and should we care? and katie couric takes on the new york times, but why? and on the panel this week, areceipt yeah gut tri, -- guthrey. jim pinkerton fellow at new american foundation and new york post columnist kearse sten kearse stin powers. and i'm rick folbaum. >> rick: brouhaha, happy hour. the audacity of hops, and a cure for what ales us? some of the headlines the morning after the beer summit at the white house. howard professor henry gates and cambridge police sergeant crowley sipping suds with the president and vice-president there, two weeks after gates was arrested by crowley follow the acting stupidly comment by president obama, kept the attention of the media and sergeant crowley talking to the press after the beer. >> i think what you had to do is two gentlemen agreeing to disagree on a particular issu
alive? i'll ask a key white house point person. and when asked if sarah palin could be the next republican presidential candidate, bill maher is here to explain what he means by this controversial answer. >> i would never put anything past this stupid country. we just know. announcer: finding the moment that's right for you both can take some time. that's why cialis gives men with erectile dysfunction options: 36-hour cialis or cialis for daily use. cialis for daily use is a clinically proven low-dose tablet you take every day, so you can be ready anytime the moment is right. tell your doctor about your medical condition and all medications and ask if you're healthy enough for sexual activity. don't take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as this may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. don't drink alcohol in excess with cialis. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed backache or muscle ache. to avoid long term injury seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than 4 hours. if you have any sudden decrease or loss in hearing or vision s
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sarah palin. [ cheers and applause ] >> good evening. good evening, my fellow americans, i'm john mccain. >> and you know, i'm just sarah palin. [ laughter ] >> the final days of any election are the most essential. this past wednesday, barack obama purchased airtime on three major networks. we, however, can only afford qvc. [ laughter ] >> these campaigns sure are expensive. >> they sure are. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] they sure are. so tonight we come before you to give you some final remarks on our campaign. >> and as part of our agreement with the qvc folks, we're going try and sell you some stuff. [ laughter ] >> this has been an historic campaign. so why not remember it with our line of collectible products? such as -- ten commemorative plates that celebrate the ten town hall debates between senator obama and myself. they are blank. [ laughter ] he wouldn't agree to those debates. too bad. they're still nice plates. [ laughter ] >> and who wouldn't want the complete set of limited edition joe action figures? there's joe the plumber, joe six pack and my personal favori
of president. this is like a guy, this is like a regular dude. >> whoopi on sarah palin. >> she's much smarter than she let on and it irritated me. >> this pilot flew drunk, are drunk pilots still in the cockpit putting passengers at risk? >>> and president obama's birthday surprise. >>> hi, everybody, those are our big questions tonight. but we start as we always do with the mash-up. it is our look at all the stories making an impact. right now the moments you may have missed today. we're watching it all so you don't have to. and the mash-up starting with breaking news. word just in from the office of bill clinton, the former president has safely left north korea tonight traveling with him, rescued journalists euna lee and laura ling, flying to los angeles where the women will be reunited with their families tomorrow morning. an extraordinary end to an extraordinary day. >> an american president making a surprise trip to communist north korea. but it wasn't barack obama, it was bill clinton, the 42nd president whose wife is normally the top diplomat in the family was on a private mission to w
which republicans like sarah palin have distorted into death panels? well, it turns out that republicans like sarah palin were actually for end of life counseling before they were against it. that's just one of the inconsistencies we'll discuss with an opponent of reform, republican congressman john culberson of texas joining us in a moment. >>> also, how far has he fallen? 24r is a report that john edwards is about to finally admit that he is, indeed, the father of his mistress' child. so where would we be if edwards had not been so decisively rejected by wise democratic primary voters last year? >>> plus, bill clinton has some tough words for the netroots crowd on don't ask, don't tell. that's in "the politics fix." >>> and what does it mean to be palinized? just ask someone who says it could easily happen to her. minnesota congresswoman michele bachmann. the definition coming up in the "hardball sideshow." >>> but first, president obama and his latest push for health care reform. nbc news chief white house correspondent chuck todd is traveling with the president and is joining us now
palin isn't very smart. sean: put a victory in sarp's column. >> i -- sarah palin's column. >> i found an op ed, which was a soup esh and said this is a real problem give financial incentives to doctors where we relied upon them working out with layer lawyer and now we are going to have a doctor going to make complicated decisions. and going to give them money to do it and then have them provide key questions and available resources. and the government defines both. is the government going to say, the catholic church is an available resource when it comes to a question as to how you should answer these end of life questions. sean: let's go to specifics. we don't know how we're going to pay for it or the end of life counselors. we don't know if we can keep our insurance. that's on page 16 of the bill. there are privacy issues and how to pay for it all. will we -- will the american people really understand that before this vote takes place? >> i hope so. i think they do. they have some instinct. but the president is misleading people. when you showed the clip of the fellow from the n.r.a
in such cases. sarah palin is no longer in charge of alaska, but she is still in the sights of her critics, and how the white house chief of staff put the squeeze on t.v. executives to put the president in primetime. taking its rightful place in a long line of amazing performance machines. this is the new e-coupe. this is mercedes-benz. >> and now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine. another case of what appears to be sarah palin derangement syndrome has reared its head. juan cole at the liberal salon.com website has compared the former alaska governor to ahmadinejad. cole writes "it is remarkable how similar they are r-678 both are known for saying things that produce a classic scooby doo double take in their audiences. ewe cole says they represent the unscrupulous elites and against pampered upper middle class yuppies pretending to be the voice of democracy." saturday, an alaskan blog claimed that palin was getting a divorce and moving to montana. pa palin employee said they are committed to each other and have not purchased land in family. one pro palin blog says "even offs
of life counsel prognosis visions in the health care bills which republicans, like sarah palin, have distorted into death panels? it turns out republicans were actually for end of life counseling before they were against it. that's just one of the inconsistencies we'll discuss with republican john culbertsoc. >> and how far has he fallen? there is a report that john edwards is about to finally admit he is the father of his mistress's child? where would he be if edwards had not been so wisely dejected by wise democratic voters last year. >> and bill clinton has some tough words on the networks crowd on don't ask don't tell. >> and what does it mean to be palinized? ask one who says it could easily happen to her. the definition coming up on the hardball side show. >>> first president obama and his latest push for health care reform. nbc news chief white house correspondent chuck todd is traveling with the president and joining us from montana. by my count there were two questions that were not complete softballs in there today. how do these audiences for the president get selected? how
sarah palin's farewell speech? >> you're going to see anti-hunting, anti-second amendment circuses from hollywood. stand strong and remind them patriots will protect our individual guaranteed right to bear arms. and by the way -- [ applause ] by the way, hollywood needs to know we eat. therefore, we hunt. >> wow. well, the ex-governor continued her crusade at a national rifle association event in anchorage this past weekend. a write-in on the nra's website said palin gave a stirring speech on second amendment rights and earned a handful of lifetime awards including the gold medal award of merit for the promotion of gun collecting, a trophy that's only been bestowed twice in the last decade. it's a bad day for mooses. >>> and tonight's "big number." remember the poll last week where a majority of republicans said either no or not sure when asked if president obama was born in the u.s.? well, here is a blast from the past courtesy of real clear politics. back in 2007, two years ago, rasmussen polled voters with a similar out of left field question asking whether they believed then-preside
this story. and she never fails us -- sarah, barracuda palin. she strikes again. first she screams at us, in the media, leave her kids alone and she blabs on facebook about her baby's medical problems. sarah, you can't have it both ways. she's behind a lot of misinformation, we'll talk about it tonight. governor sanford brags about getting discount haircuts, although the people of south carolina ought to know it cost them a grand for the 'do he's sporting right now. >>> plus, get your cell phones out, we've got another text survey coming up. we want to be part of that. all of it tonight on "the ed show" and a great panel coming up. but first, tonight's op-ed. a guy can't even take a couple of days off to go fishing. i missed a lot of stuff. obama wants a death squad? whew. and let's see, we've got fights breaking out in town hall meetings, that's my kind of style. >>> and, i thought sarah palin quit. come on, what's going on here? this stuff is out of control. >>> seriously, i spoke to senator tom harkin, the senator of the chairman of the health committee. and he told me he had people c
now says that sarah palin faked it as far as how much she knew. roll the tape. >> there are a lot of things that play into what bothers people about sarah palin. what bothered me about sarah palin is i thought she was pretending to be dumb and i didn't like it. >> you thought she was pretending to be dumb? >> yes, i thought she was pretending. i thought she was trying to pull off i'm just a regular old person, you know. i love alaska. i think it's one of the greatest states in the world. but i think she was much smarter than she let on, and it irritated the hell out of me. bill: wow. what do you say, jane? >> that's a new one. sarah palin pretending to be dumb. whoopi goldberg goes on to say maybe the mccain campaign put her up to that. you have made two women very happy by playing that clip. first of all, whoopi goldberg. she wants to say crazy stuff so people watch her tv show. she also wants to be relevant in the political realm. also sarah palin, she doesn't want whoopi goldberg endorsing her because this plays into her story line, the media elite, the hollywood types are out
of the week. from the breathless types surrounding the beer summit to sarah palin quitting again, this time the tweeter of the north is a no show at a fundraiser for the reagan library. how very mavericky. all that and more, now on "countdown." >> i'm where i need to be today. >>> good evening from new york. i'm richard wolffe. keith olbermann got one more night off. democrats in congress who are spending part of their august recess talking about health care reform at town hall style meetings back home, we offer this friendly "countdown" public service announcement in our fifth story. those angry protestors who will disrupt your attempts to talk with your voters, and trust us they will, are being coordinated and coached by industry funded, right wing operators. their goal will be to rattle you not to have an intelligent debate. there's a good chance they don't even live in your district. one conservative front group is now busing people from all over the country to protest against democratic members, a strategy endorsed by republican congressman pete sessions of texas who told politico.com
with a young barack obama, insight into the man that would become commander in chief. >>> and sarah palin's death pane comments have got a responsible from a republican. >>> and this car may get 30 miles to the gallon, but it will cost you a lot of green. >>> plus posters that men the obama girls have caught the attention of white house lawyers. they want the posters taken down. does it cross the line? you decide. good afternoon, everybody. i'm david shuster, live in washington. >> hey, david, i'm live in new york. david, the big picture right now, a lot of people. the white house takes on critics of its health care plan, het care reform and trying to calm the nerves of those who have legitimate questions about what the plan is. president obama back on the road just wrapping up the town hall in portsmouth, new hampshire. the reason he picked new hampshire, 89% of the state's residents have health insurance, it's also a state with a long-standing tradition of public discourse in town has and perceived as being very independent. today the president started a key problem facing many american
't break loose out of that. it was -- he was trapped in this thing. i'm not going to get into sarah palin. you can ask questions about that. [laughter] that's another story that kept on coming. [laughter] maybe we can wrap it up and take questions. do you want to take a couple more things? >> [inaudible] why don't we go to questions. there are so many people here -- >> that is what i was thinking. you are all standing and so forth. i want to say one thing. we tried to draw at the end of the book with the lessons we fought the election polis, ma just as reporters or journalists or writers but as americans and there were many and they will be lasting. but i would obvious -- the obvious thing is race. what this election said, and i want to read you just one thing. why the election was more than an endurance test for the candidates. it was a test for their american people and their institutions. first lesson, most obviously, was race. since 1619 when a dutch privateer peter henry can slow the of the james river deposited first african-american slaves on the continent, race relations have affe
-ers or beckers. sarah palin endorsing a comedian who calls the president a racist. a new category still small. freudian slippers. our third story in the countdown, the phrase was coined when prejudice against black people was still the law of the land, in 1909, in 1910, when whites here and other countries sought somebody, anybody, to take back the heavyweight boxing title from the african-american jack johnson. the phrase was the great white hope. a 1969 play and movie base and johnson's life was even titled that. there is no ambiguity about what this meant. the man, the bigots of 1910, finally found retired champ james j. jefferies said i'm going into this fight for the sole purpose of proving a white man is get better than a negro. funny a congresswoman should sundayly use the phrase seven months into the first term of an african-american president and then play dumb afterwards. freudian slip? >> -- to find the great white hope, and i suggest to any of you that are concerned about that, there are great young republican minds in washington. and of course the ones i'm most familiar with are
like betsy mccoy nobody ever heard of but by sarah palin and newt gingrich and the i influential republican talk show host rush limbaugh. >> people at a certain age, certain diseases, will be deemed not worth the investment and they will just -- as obama said, they will give them pain pills and they won't even know what happened. >> i have given some full disclosure about my talk radio career. here's a little full disclosure about rush limbaugh's talk radio career. >> august is national make a will month. visit national will month and set aside ten minutes and go to legalzoom.com and get started. do it for yourself, do it for your family. take control. now, legal doom is not a law firm. it was started by top attorneys to provide self-help services at your specific direction. legalzoom.com. >> yeah. talk radio is a small world. rush limbaugh and i voice ads for the same company. a company that i think does a relatively good constructive thing in the world by promoting, among other things, living wills. mr. limbaugh, on the other hand, has been railing on his talk radio show all mo
attack on sarah palin. this time rumors of divorce. and now she is threatening to sue the blogger who is spreading the tale. is it legal will analyze. ♪ bill: and a fisherman in louisiana attacked by a shark. what is the danger at the beach this summer? >> we're going to need a bigger boat. bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. happy 48th birthday to president obama. i didn't have a chance to get him a card so this is it. enjoy the day, mr. president. the health care duel is going on for the hearts and minds of the american people. he has lost momentum on health care. is he sending out surrogates to convince you that the feds should call your health care shots. the media is helping out president obama. here is andrea mitchell on why some regular folks are bailing on health care. >> they don't like what they are hearing. they may not know what's good for them. the pr
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